Dodo releases three terabyte broadband plan
Dodo last week released a massive three terabyte plan, and now leads the way in the Aussie internet service provider (ISP) terabyte wars.
Other ISPs such as Netspace, iiNet and Westnet trail with one terabyte plans, while iPrimus offers a 1.1 terabyte plan.
Dodo has announced the new plan as part of its latest commitment to provide an unlimited plan over Labor’s National Broadband Network (NBN).
The 3Terabyte plan is available for $39.85 per month when bundled with a Dodo home phone. Customers will not be restricted with peak or off peak times, and the package will cost only 5 cents less than Dodo’s unlimited plan.
Larry Kestelman, founder and chief executive officer of Dodo Australia, claims that while other one terabyte plans all specify conditions, Dodo is offering a 3Terabyte plan with no conditions.
"Our philosophy is to always deliver affordable, accessible internet to all Australians. This latest offering reaffirms that philosophy - to provide unlimited internet plans, with our first Unlimited ADSL1 plan released back in 2005, well ahead of competition."
Mr Kestelman added Dodo will offer an unlimited NBN plan once the fibre optic network has been rolled out across Australia.
"In the past three weeks, a number of Australian ISPs launched broadband offerings of one terabyte with conditions but when carefully scrutinised, proves unattractive. The release of an ADSL2+ 3TB plan at 5c less than our unlimited offering removes all confusion of Dodo as the leader of large download limits."
Dodo has also announced its regional ADSL unlimited plan has been reduced by $20. Regional customers can purchase the unlimited plan for $79.90 per month with a Dodo home phone or $89.90 without.
Call 1300 136 793 for more information or sign up to Dodo plans online.